|Content Description||First Party: Edward, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer; and Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford and Mortimer, his wife.|
Second Party: Rt Hon. John Verney, Esq., Master of the Rolls; Robert Harley of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, Esq.; and James West, late of the Middle Temple, London and now of Lincoln's Inn, Esq.
Third Party: Philip, Lord Hardwike, Baron of Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain.
Lease by (2) to (3) and appointment by (1) to (3) of the Manor of Mansfield and premises there (rents and tenants specified), and the chief rents payable to the Lord of the Manor of Mansfield arising from the towns of Sutton, Mansfield, Woodhouse and Balkham, Nottinghamshire, for a term of 1000 years as collateral security for the peaceable enjoyment of the Wimpole estate by (3) against:
the payment by (3) to the rector of Wimpole of any tithes or payments in lieu of tithes, except for an annual composition of £120; and the payment of £2000 and all other sums to Anne, Elizabeth, Charlotte and Abigail Lee, daughters of the Hon. Francis Henry Lee, late of Kingston Wood, Esq., and charged by him upon the manors of Kingston Wood and Kingston Saint George (which were sold by his son Francis Henry Lee to the Earl of Oxford and Mortimer and sold by him to (3)); and from any claims of Sir Thomas Hatton the elder, late of Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire, Knight and Baronet, deceased, and Sir Thomas Hatton, Baronet, John Hatton and Sir Christopher Hatton, Baronet (sons of Sir Thomas the elder) and their respective heirs, etc..